Nowra Warriors juniors end great season with presentation

A DOUBLE celebration was held last weekend for the Junior Nowra Warriors topping off a great year.

The club's presentation was held at Lyrebird Park on Sunday where players and supporters enjoyed great weather, trophies, food, music and a jumping castle. The Warriors senior club, The Nowra-Bomaderry Jets made a special appearance before their Group 7 grand final game later that day.

BENNY AND THE JETS: Nowra-Bomaderry Jets captain-coach Ben Wellington congratulates best and fairest under 8 Wallaby Cohen Langlo while his team mates look on.

BENNY AND THE JETS: Nowra-Bomaderry Jets captain-coach Ben Wellington congratulates best and fairest under 8 Wallaby Cohen Langlo while his team mates look on.

The players helped hand out trophies before being cheered onto the Grand final bus by the crowd. Congratulations to the boys and the Nowra Bomaderry club for their inspirational win and efforts this season.

SPECIAL GUESTS: Group 7 premiers The Nowra-Bomaderry Jets at the Junior Warriors club presentation.

SPECIAL GUESTS: Group 7 premiers The Nowra-Bomaderry Jets at the Junior Warriors club presentation.

Results from the 2014 NWJRLFC season presentation are as follows;

Under 7 Wallabies- Warrior spirit Rhory Jones, coaches award Brodie Annen, best and fairest Koby Hantis, most improved Tyler Smart.                         

Under 7 Kangaroos- Warrior spirit Lachlan Fairweather, coaches award Luca McInnes, best and fairest Nate Stewart, most improved Elijah Guyatt.        

Under 8 Wallabies- Warrior spirit Jack Langford, coaches award Sam Chittleborough, best and fairest Cohen Langlo, most improved Ryan Walker.    

Under 8 Kangaroos- Warrior spirit Isaiah Falzon, coaches award Michael Browne, best and fairest Paul Little, most improved Bailey Brown.                     

Under 9- Warrior spirit Isaiah Wellington, coaches award, Timothy Hopkins, best and fairest Bailey Van Den Hooven, most improved Jordan Searle.

Under 10- Warrior spirit Thomas Horseman, coaches award Jarrah McLeod, best and fairest, Rylie Oliver, most improved Jacob Hantis, leading try scorer Jarrah McLeod.

Under 11- Warrior spirit Rodney Davis-Stewart, coaches award Kayleb Stewart, best and fairest Jonah Longbottom, most improved William Braddick, leading try scorer Jonah Longbottom.

BIG AWARD: The Grant Morris Memorial Trophy presented to Will Braddick by life member, Betty Morris.

BIG AWARD: The Grant Morris Memorial Trophy presented to Will Braddick by life member, Betty Morris.

Under 12- Warrior spirit Jacob Carpenter McCoy, coaches award Mathew Stewart, best and fairest Zeb Maddinson, most improved Alex Adams, leading try scorer Dallas Riley Burnes. 

Perpetual trophies- Mods leading try scorer Jonah Longbottom, Mods players player Jarrah McLeod, best mods defender Raymond Towney, presidents shield

Zeb Maddinson, Grant Morris Memorial Trophy William Braddick, Warrior of the Year Corey Strong.

TOP WARRIOR: Warrior of the Year under 8 trainer Corey Strong with committee member Les Harris.

TOP WARRIOR: Warrior of the Year under 8 trainer Corey Strong with committee member Les Harris.

The annual AGM will be held on Sunday, November 2 at the Shoalhaven Ex Serviceman’s Club, Worrigee (Jack Elliott Room) at 11am.

All executive and committee positions will be vacant. We encourage new members and ideas, all welcome.

This is the last ‘Talkabout’ for the year and we would like to thank the following 2014 committee members; president- Daniel Mumberson, vice president- Clint Langford, secretary- Kerry Newman,  publicity- Kerrie Regan, committee members: Chris Regan, Scott Chittleborough, Dan Smith, Les Harris, Pud Abernethy, Trudi Langford and Fiona Williams. Thank you also to our canteen workers, ground managers and team coaches / helpers.

The club also appreciates the sponsorship of the following businesses and look forward to their continued support in the future.

BIG CROWD: A large crowd of players and supporters attended the Nowra Warriors JRLFC Presentation at home ground, Lyrebird Park on Sunday.

BIG CROWD: A large crowd of players and supporters attended the Nowra Warriors JRLFC Presentation at home ground, Lyrebird Park on Sunday.

Sponsors 2014- The Shoalhaven Ex-Serviceman’s Club, Murphy's Tyrepower, Solomon's Motors, Solomon’s Mid City Motors, South Coast Orthopaedic Clinic, Connell's Pest Management, Nowra Tint A Car, Bomaderry Sheet Metal, Ultratune Nowra, Cosmopolitan Towbars, The Manildra Group, Nowra Tilt tray and Crane Hire, Shoalhaven PCYC, Matt Dwyer Metal Roofing Specialist and Nowra Car City.

Many thanks to the South Coast Register for the weekly ‘Talkabout’ article and the promotion of Junior Rugby League and sport.

For the latest off season information and 2014 game photographs log onto www.nowrawarriorsjrl.sportingpulse.net or like us on Facebook Nowra warriors JRLFC. 

We played hard, played fair and enjoyed our footy 2014!

Until next season,

‘Go the Warrior’s! 

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